ageing pets

Hope, Stephanie
June 2004
Australian Table;Jun2004, Vol. 5 Issue 10, p148
Focuses on main care issues for ageing pets. Weight control for dogs; Effect of good teeth on the life span of pets; Ideal exercise to maintain a dog's fitness.


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